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Why Architecture: Celebrating Architecture Week 2018

Why

This month, many AIA Chapters celebrated National Architecture Week. Some chapters also dedicate the entire month of April for architecture-related events and tours throughout their respective cities. This also makes it a perfect time to explore why BR&P team members decided to choose architecture as a career path. “Growing up I always wanted to be […]

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Springfield-Branson National Airport Expansion Complete

Springfield-Branson

Travelers now have access to a larger restaurant, expanded menu and faster wi-fi at the Springfield-Branson National Airport. Butler, Rosenbury & Partners designed the improvements for the airport, which are the first major renovations to the airline terminal since it opened in 2009. With passenger numbers expected to reach one million per year, the Springfield-Branson […]

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Celebrating Women’s History Month – BR&P Women of Architecture

Celebrating

March is National Women’s History Month, which honors the extraordinary achievements of American women, and is a perfect time to focus on women in the architecture profession. According to a study by NCARB, the rate of women joining the profession is increasing. Women are also obtaining licensure faster than their male counterparts. In 2016, women […]

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BR&P Time Capsule: Springfield Brewing Company

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As BR&P celebrates our 40th anniversary this year, we are looking back to some of our past projects. This month in the time capsule we explore Springfield Brewing Company, which has been a staple in downtown Springfield, MO since 1997. But how did BrewCo, as it’s affectionally known by locals, come to be? The Paul […]

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Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce and CVB Breaks Ground

Branson/Lakes

The Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau will soon have a new home! The BR&P designed headquarters broke ground earlier this month. The facility reflects Branson in the 21st century. The site, which is designed as an homage to the Ozark Mountain landscape includes stormwater retention and filtering to help protect […]

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BR&P Welcomes Sean Arkin & Bryan Williams to the Team

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On January 15, we welcomed Sean Arkin, Intern Architect, and on January 16, welcomed Bryan Williams, Student Architectural Intern, to our team of design professionals. Sean, originally from New York, NY, graduated from Drury University in 2014 with a Master of Architecture and minors in graphic design/design arts and global studies. Prior to joining BR&P, his […]

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BR&P Time Capsule: Juanita K. Hammons Hall

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This year BR&P celebrates our 40th anniversary! Being in business since 1978 means we’ve covered a lot of ground (no pun intended) over the years. That’s why we’ve decided to highlight our earlier projects throughout the year. This month, we look back to Juanita K. Hammons Hall Performing Arts Center in Springfield, MO, completed in 1992. […]

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Project Roll Call 2018

Project

Happy 2018! It’s that time of the year again for our annual project roll call! From Arizona to New York, our projects cover the map. See what we’ve got in store for 2018 locally and nationally… Much of our work nationally consists of hotel projects. Those in design include: An Aloft Hotel in the Westgate […]

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Season’s Greetings from BR&P

Season’s

Season’s greetings from the very merry team at Butler, Rosenbury & Partners! Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us at Butler, Rosenbury & Partners. Tom Epps, AIA | Brandon Roellig | Glenn Illert | Laura Daugherty, AIA | David Hess, AIA Brandon Lotter, AIA | Colton Todd, AIA | Tim Rosenbury, […]

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Top 10 Reasons We’re Thankful for Springfield

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November is the month of thanks, and while Thanksgiving has come and gone, we’d still like to show some love to our hometown, Springfield, Missouri. Small Town Vibes, Big City Amenities Springfield is unique in that it provides the amenities of a big city with the warmth and accessibility of a smaller community. Springfield seamlessly […]

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